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and night," she says, "50 -I decided to
give them a dose of their own medi
cine. I trailed the trailers spotted'
the spotters until they became sick
'of the business.
"Whenever 1 saw that I was being
shadowed and it was soeasy to de
tect these clumsy operatives I stuck
as close as a burr to the sleuth. I'd
walk awl stand right beside him until
he got liervous, suspected some
game, tried to sneak away and finally
broke into open flight to escape- me."
Her level blue eyes twinkled, then
"Under my mask of nonchalance,
however, I was' furious. They had
Mrs. Rena Mooney.
goaded me beyond ealm endurance,
although I had nothing to fear or con
ceal. "I was alone against dozens .of men
and women operatives, and was "in
constant fear that they would 'plant
something against me, manufacture
some evidence to get me hjto jail, as
they did my husband and the other
two boys. y
"They will -probably put my hus
band in the penitentiary. ''But that
can make no difference with me. It is
"I'd rather be the wife of a working
man Imprisoned because f active In
terest in hastening a better day for
his kind than the coddled-companion
of a smug millionaire who In his brut
al selfishness is indifferent to the fate .
"If Tom goes to prison I will carry
on his work spreading the leaven.
He has changed me since our mar-
riage. I Tcnow what he. is trying for.
And I shail try for it, too. -.
"I have a great opportunity. Here
in my conservatory I teach dozens 61 .
eager, brilliant children. I bend the
twig. And I teach more than music,
do you understand, more than music!
"When these children grow up they
will be neither smug millionaires nor
detectives, taking money to wreaks
corporate-vengeance upon those sin
gled out for victims."
Minneapolis., Emma Goldman
anarchist, remained seated 'in cafe
while orchestra played Star Spangled
banner.- "Hissed. ' -
New" Haven', Cpnn. Mrs. -Bessie
Wakefield .granted new trial, on
charge !of murder .of husband. Her
guilt must be established, independent
of James Plew's, -who .was hanged in
March for murdering Wakefield.
New'York. Police of "East Stde-.un-earthed
traffic in babies. Children
rented to police court-defendants at
so much per, to excite sympathy from
New York. Qeraldine Farrar and
Enrico Caruso recalled to Metropoli
tan Opera House stage 45 time's at
their singing of "Tosca."
Atlantic City, N. J. F. W. Keger
reis, Hershey, Pa., identified girl's
body found on beach yesterday as
that of his daughter, Sadie, 24,, a
ALL OF HIM .
"Edith, is that young man gone?
called the landlady at ten hells.
"Yes, completely," came the an
swer. Michigan uargoyie.
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